Russians once again killed the Polish elite as they did 70 years ago Publication time: 14 April 2010, 15:29 The world continues to discuss the death of the Polish elite in the Russian plane crash on Russian territory. More and more analysts say Lech Kaczynski was killed by the bosses of the Kremlin KGB regime. Some observers remind that several years ago, the leader of North Korea refused to fly to Moscow choosing the railroad and frankly said he could be killed by the Russian FSB under the order of Putin if he flies. He definitely knew who Putin and the Russians are. Speaking in Warsaw, a well-known activist of the 1970 struggle against the Russian occupiers, the former Polish President Lech Walesa said back on April 10, 2010: "The elite of Poland had been killed, just as 70 years ago, in a Russian massacre". Commenting on Walesa, an American journalist, Anthony J. Martin, in the programme The Liberty Sphere Report indicated: "Walesa suspects the Russian government in this tragedy. We know that Russian president Putin did not get along with Poland's President who has been a staunch anti-Marxist and a close ally of the United States for 20 years. We also know that Russia has been eager to get back the countries that it lost when the old Soviet Union broke up in the 1980s. Such as Georgia, for example. And we know that Russia sent it military into Georgia, which raised the specter of another Cold War several years back. Poland would be another easy target for Russia, since it was the first country in the old Soviet bloc that openly defied Marxism and rose up in defiance causing a civil disobedience against the Soviet Union. We also know that Poland has been beneficial and valued ally of the United States and that it has been lobbying the United States very heavily over the past few years for a defensive missile shield against Russia... They were ready to get the defensive missile shield until Barack Obama became President of the United States". An American political weekly The Week writes: "Doubters of the official version point out that Kaczynski fiercely criticized Moscow's military activity in Chechnya and Georgia, and are asking if Russia may have strategized the crash". The German newspaper Die Welt drew attention of its readers to that one Russian crime covers another. Janusz Kurtyka, the president of the Polish Institute of National Remembrance, who has been investigating since 2008 the murder by the Russians in 1943 in a set up air crash over Gibraltar of the head of the Polish government in exile, General Sikorski, has been killed in the Katyn 2 near Smolensk. Sikorsky protested against the killing by the Russians of some 22 thousand imprisoned Polish officers and generals in the Katyn forest near Smolensk in 1940. This Russian crime was uncovered in 1943. "Friends of Russia" in the West are in a state of horror. "Many people believe it this would further complicate relations between Poland and Moscow", the magazine quoted a certain Matt Syusman from the pro-Russian blog "technocrats", but it is not explaining why this is bad for Poland and for the civilized world in general. Another "friend of Russia", a somebody named Moynihan, a journalist from Massachusetts, is also in a depressive mood. He writes in an edition called in the eloquent Masonic "The Reason": "The inevitable happened, though slightly earlier than I have anticipated". Ukrainians are outraged by impunity of the murder of President of Poland. In the most popular political Web forum of the country, where the KC article "Putin suspected in the murder of President Lech Kaczynski" is being discussed now, they wrote: "The countries of old Europe swallowed the act of nuclear terrorism (during the Putin's FSB assassination of Litvinenko with polonium 210 in London). They think that they are concerned only indirectly. But - impunity creates IMPUDENCE. The Kaczynski's murder is a Putin-style typical operation of the FSB. Even if no direct evidence would be ever found, all speaks about who did it. The list of victims of Soviet # 2 KGB Incorporated is being added. Wait for more!". Meanwhile, the international terrorist organization of the FSB Russia, caught in flagranti in another gristly and beastly terrorist crime, has burst into frenzied insults against those who seek the truth. "The most "delighted" with the death of Western Slavs are those festering sores that carry out blasts in the subway and kill civilians on the territory of Russia. Terrorists and separatists-supporting regimes are openly trying to gather a political capital on the blood of the Poles and to drive in the stake into difficult relations between the two countries", writes, for example, a mouthpiece of Russian terrorists in the Russian-occupied Ural, the UralDaily. Curiously, according to many experts, the Russians, unlike the Poles, are not Slavs at all. According to recent research, the Russians are a mixture between Mongols and Finno-Ugrics, slavied by a church language, who had waived their ancestors. That is why the Russians always fiercely hated the Poles and viewed them as ethnic enemies. Let's note that the insults by Russian gangsters from the international terrorist organization of the FSB Russia only strengthens a suspicion of the KGB involvement in the murder of the Polish President Lech Kaczynski.